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ratcratcheting up the pain. i was surprised. i thought enough after the election would be sorted out and the fiscal cliff would be a painful enough deadline they would come together. but it seems like the pain will come when we get to the dead cliff where they must absolutely deal with. it's one area where they must focus attention and create another deadline where they have to do something and potentially a larger agreement. >> susie: real quickly this has been frustrating from everybody from wall street to ceo to average american taxpayers. even the president saw that playing out. how do you seep see this playing out. will we have a deal on monday. >> it'we haven't heard them tal. but the hurdle remains in the house. 9 odds look like we'll go over for some period of time what bliss brings them back to a deal at that time is anybody's guess. >> susie: we'll be reporting more on monday. thanks a lot darren. washington bureau chief darren >> reporter: still ahead, harnessing the power of play. we'll take a look at how companies can benefit from giving their employees a little free tim
expected congress to watch over the economy after the election are watching the fiscal cliff with growing alarm. >> it's going to mean a lot of problems, the job situation will actually get worse because then companies can't borrow money and if you can't borrow money, then you're gonna have problems with hiring employees and stuff like that. >> reporter: the holidays are usually times that bring families together and many would like to see that happen at the national level as well. >> so i think the tax issue and the job issue needs to be looked at together and it shouldn't be divided among rich or middle class, or lower class it shouldn't be any class, it should be america coming together and right now in our house that's a big cause of debate. >> reporter: but washington isn't a source of optimism these days. >> if they make a deal it certainly won't be a good one, they'll say this is something we've got to get done and i don't think it's going to be using any brain power to do it. >> reporter: already there is growing talk in washington of a so-called mini-deal. >> let's hope they do.
're talking about appointing a new senator, or electing somebody, or appointing a member to a board, people are saying why not women, because they're used to seeing more women in more leadership positions, and that has a real role model effect, but it also changes people's perspective about who can be a really strong contributor. >> susan: so what's your advice to young ambitious women just coming out of college or those who have an mba or law degree and want to ride to the top? >> i think they should build their careers in places where they can see that there is support for women and where women have been successful, and that could be a large company that has women at the top. it could be an industry where women are really flourishing. but there's no denying we're going to see a lot of women in a lot of places, and they're going to be very successful, and that's fantastic. >> susie: our partners at stanford >> susie: our partners at stanford university have new research on how women in business tend to turn traits like confidence and assertiveness, on and off, to fit the situation on their
elected officials to come together to reach common ground on the fiscal cliff. that's "nightly business report" for wednesday, december 26. have a great evening everyone. we'll see you online at: www.nbr.com and back here tomorrow night. captioning sponsored by wpbt captioned by media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org >> the following kqed production was produced in high definition. >> tonight on quest: how might global warming influence your lifestyle? well, start with your favorite wine. find out what you may be drinking, if current warming trends continue. >>> and as the old adage goes, "they're not making any new land." or are they? as the inhabitants of our planet look outward, cutting-edge technologies are revealing dozens of new, never-before-seen planets, some of which may be surprisingly like earth. >>> and learn how one tiny change you make at home could help decrease our national energy bill by over $600 million a year. [ ♪music ]
the speaker. so it's very clear now mr. president that the speaker's number one goal is to get elected speaker on january 3. >> reporter: january 3 is the deadline for the new congress to start work. if a fiscal cliff fix isn't passed by then, the start of a new congress will likely delay matters even more. which is why the focus now is on reaching a nano-deal. >> the minimal that they can put together to avoid the fiscal cliff which will have sadly almost no impact on the long- term debt trajectory, but right now, neither markets nor the congress care about that. >> reporter: congress has never been terrific at long-range planning, but now the definition of long range seems to be 48 hours. >> you don't hear people talking, well a year from now, we really need to be here. you hear, well we need to do that this week. we need to do that day after tomorrow. this short-time frame horizon is new and i think people who think we are going to have tax reform and entitlement reform next year are way, way off base. >> cutting short his vacation but it's unclear whether he has the power to force a last m
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